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FRANCE QUIETS DOWN. DJTEYFUS AFFAIRS NO LONGER MOVES THE PEOPLE. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.) Paris. May 2!?.?The Court of Cessa? tion met to-day to hear the debates in (lie application for a revision of the Dreyfus case. The affair appears to have lost the power of producing any unusual excitement. The court-room was filled with Parisian celebrities, the greater part of the hall having been reserved for ticket-holders. The Ren oral belief Is that a revision Is secure. M. Pallet de Beaupre reviewed the judicial history of the case and said Ii now rested with the court to pronounce Judgment. He upheld the statement that there was sutllclent presumption thai most serious errors and doubts ex? isted ami that they justified a revi? sion of the case. He read letters writ? ten by Esterlutzy, abusing France and the French army, these producing a deep Impression upon tlii> audience. At this point, with the evident nn pioval of all Who listened. M. Hollo. .1 Beaupre quoted from M. Mornard's statement its follows: "Although justice lias been rendered more or less impotent with regard to Ksterhazy by the lat tor's acquittal of the charge of being the author of the bordereau, it is none the less the duty of the Supreme Court'to restore to lib? erty an innocent man unjustly con- I demned." THE iVIERCEOES ACCEPTED. TURNED OVER BY MBRR1TT CH A I'M AN WRECKING CO. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, May 29.?The Navy De? partment to-day instructed the com? mandant of the navy yard at Norfolk to accept the Spanish prize, Heina Mercedes, from the Merrill and Chap? man Wrecking Company. He was also Instructed to have an inventory made at once of the articles recovered with her. Coder the contract the Merrltt and Chnpman Company will receive fT?.ouo from the Government as payment in full of all demands for their "ScrvTcTH." Two propositions regarding the future of the cruiser are under consideration at the Navy Department?one to put the vessel In thorough repair for use In the nav.il service, und the other to preserve her in her original condition <??"> far as practicable as a souvenir of the recent war. I III III II II Ol Ketnrtl I roiii I'll bit (By Telegraph lo Virginian-Pilot.') New York. May 38.?The United States transport Logan arrived to-day from Glbara, Cuba, with 47 officers and Clio men of the Second U. S. Volunteers, known as Hood's immunes, under com? mand of Lieutenant Colonel Crubbs. This regiment returns in line condi? tion, the men looking healthy and strong. They were recruited in Louis? iana and Texas. There are also on board l? discharged soldiers. There WOfl one death on the trip. Private Casey, of Company M. who died May 27th, of dysentery, and was buried at sea. The Logan will he detained at quarantine until n o'clock to-morrow morning in order to complete the period of live days after sailing from Gib?ra, and in the meantime nil of the big gage will be thoroughly disinfected. Af? ter release from quarantine the troops will go to Camp Meade to be mustered out. American Nntlor Mn rile red (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) San Francisco, May 20.?The steamer China from Hong Kong, Yokohama and Honolulu, brings news of the murder of a sailor named George Ryan, near M i lolns. His frightfully mutilated body was found April 27th, lashed to a raft floating in the river. The- skull had been crushed and both arms had been cut olY at the elbows. Ryan In 1893 while serving in the pro Visional army of Hawaii, stole the crown Jewels. He was sentenced to a Jong term, but was pardoned December, 1S98. He Btowi d away on a transport for Manila, where he entered the army. Ryan was a native or Lexington, Ky., and was about 47 years of age. XeerncH CTmirltitK t rouble, (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Charleston. S. C, May 29.?Worthless negroes on Sullivan's Island have re? cently caused much excitement by at? tacking United States soldiers without any apparent cause. On Saturday night the negroes fired at the lone sentry on Fort Cnpron, the mortar battery, and on Sunday night they assaulted Pri? vate Owens while he was walking his beat In front of headquarters and shot him in the hand. They als.? took his sword bayonet and slashed his cap and ' coat. The entire garrison v. as aroused and searching parties scoured the Is? land in vain for the desperadoi s. ?eneral tlotti InTCxtreinli (By Telegraph to Virglnlnn-Pilot.) Washington, D. C, May 29.?General Henry Heth, the well-known Confeder? ate officer, Is lying very low at his home. In this city. He has never re? covered from an old attack of the grippe, and other complications have set In. To-night he was a trifle more comfortable than usual, but a may he reached at any time. General Heth. next to General Longslreet, is the oldest surviving Confederate G literal. Queen Victoria'* I tmnlo (By Telegraph to Virginian Pilot.) Nashville, Tenn., May 2f>.- Col ,,,, ? j, T. Wright, of Nashville, who origi? nated and organized the Queen's birth? day celebration at Port Tampa, has received the following dispatch fr en [Windsor: "The Queen sin. , rely thanks the ten thousand Americans at Tampa for their congratulations." OSII. W heeler in It mtnu, (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Boston. Mass., May 29.. General Joseph Wheeler, who is to deliver tin Memorial day address before Edward W. Kinrtley Post. 133, O. A. R.. to-mor? row, arrived here to-day. He was ac? companied by two of his daughters. Commander John E. Oilman, of the State Encampment of the Grand Army. Chairman Adams and }?'.. D. Stlllinjgs, representing the committee which "had been appointed by Edwards W. Kinsley Post to entertain the General during j U? stxy 1? ?o?U?i Colonel W. U. Sohier, of the Governor's staff, and Representatives of the Woman's Relief Corps, met the General at the station and escorted him to his hotel. rlnrlunnll Hold on I'lro (By Telegraph to Virxlnlan-Pilot.) Cincinnati, May 29.?The Burnett House is on fire. All the guests are safe. A ten blow force of engines are working. At 12:40 to-night smouldering nre broke out between tho coiling and the lloor of the bar and billiard room. All the guests were quietly and quickly brought down stairs. There was no panic. Firemen thought they had the (Ire subdued when they discovered that it had crept upward through a frame partition, and now flames arc break? ing through the roof. A rorcorIdentified. (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Savannah, Ca., May 20.?Adolph! Band, who war? arrested last night on a charge of forgery, turns out to be Adolph Riddleshclfner, of Port Wayne. Ind., who is raid to have embezzled money from the Strauss Manufacturing Company, of that city. The Port Wayne police have requested that lie be h. ld until an ofilci r arrives. He has consented to go without requisition. < in ins person were found a number of blank checks on local banks, and one or two cheeks tilled in for small amounts nnd signed with forged names of Savannah business men. A Pcnitsr I vnnln Cyclone (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Pittsburg, Pa.. Jlay 29.?A terrific ? ind and rain storm passed over this si ction to-day, doing considerable dam? age, but no fatalities resulted. Annie Sullivan, a 10-year-old girl, who was on her way front school, was struck by a live telephone wire heavily charged by a cross with electric light wires. The wire caught her across the throat and burned Into tlie Hcsh from ear to ear. The physicians to-night say site has u chance of recovery. tilberluWnitt? lutorlcnu I*role?Hori?le (By Telegraph to Vliglulan-Pllot.)? London. May 30.?The Liverpool cor? respondent of the Daily Chronicle ns serts that Dr. Blydon, a native 1,Iberian statesman, is now en route from Li? beria, empowered by the Liberia n exe? cutive to demand an American prote - loratc for Liberia, and in the event of the United States refusing, he is em? powered to approach the British <: v ernmcnt on the same subject, Nlcnmenna 4'nnnl Itrport (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington, May 29.?Admiral Wal? ker, president of the Nicaragua Canal Commission, submitted the report of that commission to-day to the Presi? dent, who transmitted it Immediately to tlie Department of State. It is ex? pected the President will announce bo in the appointment of the new Isthmian commission to carry on the work of canal survey. In tcnlict inn Upon ?utile Itriitnrcil (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington. D. ?'., May 2!).?The United states Embassy at Brussels hasl reported to the State Department that the Be'igian Government h is, by a ?! - cree, issued on the 2Mb instant, rescind ed the Interdiction upon sit- Importa j tion of American cattle. The dccri e I takes effect May 21st. Troop* Arrive ul Moulin (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) Washington. May 29.?Tho War De? partment has received the following ca? blegram from General <>tis: Manila, May 29.?Transports Ohio nnd Senator, with the Thirteenth In fnntry, Just arrived. Private David It. Johnson. Company 13, drowned, and five men deserted at Honolulu; ho other casualties. To Try tirHlln Outlaws (By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.) OrKHn. <la.. May 29.- Th< eleven men In jail charged with b- ing ne rnb. is of the pang who have he it. n n< groes, had a hearing this afternoon. Justice Car hurt ruled that the grand jury was the proper tribunal to Investigate the mat? ter. judge v.. J. Reagan, of the Superior Court, nfter looking into the state of af? fairs, decided to hold a special term of I court to meet Friday. CnrffO Ol Slllplllir Oil I'lrc. (P.y Telerranh to Vlririnlan-PlloM Algiers. May 29.?The Kreuch stentner A losln, Captain Coste, from Marsolllet, on May 10th for Palermo and New Or? leans with 222 passengers on board, has arrived here with her enrgo Of sulphur on lire. The cook of Ihc V< fSfil was asphyxiated and several passengers were burned. Norfolk Mrniiici- on i ire. (By Teicgranh to Virginian-Pilot.) Hamburg, May 29.?A fire occurred in the cargo of Ihe Hritlsh steamer Gencoe, Cuptnln Elmos, which arrived here oh Saturday from Norfolk. It was extinguished in about an hour after its discovery. Its oriuin is attributed to s|?ntnneous combustion In the cotton seed In the cargo. Tlie extent of the damage done has not yet been nscer ta ined. ro-lTulon or?OIISll (tiller-. (By Telegraph to Vlrglnlnn-Pllot.) Albany. N. V.. May 29. Governor Roosevelt has announced thai he will j leave for Las Vegas. New Mexico, on June 22d, to attend the : -union Of his regiment of Rough Riders there on the 2lth. .vciiiir ? intelnr4? I'uijoral. (By Telegraph to Vi' i Illun-Pilot.) Madrid. May 29.- -Immense crowds witnessed to-day the funeral Of Senor Don Emll|o Cnstomv, lh< *tlngiilshcd Republican orator end stall -.neu, who died fil Murcln last Friday. All the pub lie ofllcea and most of the shops Of the city were closed, nnd Madrid put oil universal emblems of mount Ing. The American Pulley Company^ of Philadelphia, it is nun,um. ed, has de? termined to lot,I<1 Its factory at Nice town, Pa. It will Install equipment for manufacturing pulleys as large six and seven feet in diameter. "COLONIAIV CONCOCTIONS. Drinks From Cuba, the Philippines an.l Porlo Hico. [Chicago Inter-Ocean.] With tho annexation of new territory by the United States the nimble-Anger? ed dispenser of liquid refreshment finds it Incumbent upon him to extend his reportolrei while the devotees of Bac? chus has thrust upon him newly and strangely compounded assuagors of the demon thirst. From Cuba, from Torto Rico, from the Philippines and from the Sandwich Islands come liquid fancies?some na? tive, some Invented by residents of more extensive experience, but one and nil different from the Mips and coolers and cocktails, ? daisies and sours and mashes of our native land. First of all must be considered pi? mento, that flagrant stimulant with endless possibilities known so will in j Cuba. A glass well tilled with Ice, a lime well squeezed, a dash of pimento dram, a spray of sclzer or cllib soda, the mixture then wtdl stifled, and you have a lizz which many think belter by far than one of gin or whiskey. a typical Porto Ricnn cocktnll is made from a pony of Jamaica rum. two or three dashes of molasses, and one dash of pimento drain, ail stirred with Ice and straimd into a titln glass. | Another tropical cocktail has for Its | base one-third part of vanilla cordial.] To this are added two-thirds brandy and a d tsh of pimento dram. The oil from a bit of lemon rind adds zest to the tipple and Is,squeezed upon the top after straining. Bice wine is not unknown here, al? though in no great demand. Mulle,I. it is unite ii favorite in the Philippines, j where, und, ;? a warm sun. its Intoxicat? ing effects are fully appreciated. A gun j barrel is generally used by Ihe natives] In preparing the mulled potion, a su? per-tili n preva ling that the drink tints compounded absorbs some of the pecu? liarly effective lighting qualities of the gm? and gives strength accordingly. More deadly than rice wine is barley ale. old and experience drinkers have been brought to grief by a couple of! ??' I HOS of this I alill:i4dr?ftrtx-xi-ant. -tri is sometimes mixed with lemon juice to] deaden the effects, but for the average American the fascinating flavor is de? stroyed by such treatment. Sandwich Islanders are extremely fond of cocoanut milk, but the Amer? ican and European residents improve en the natural liquor by adding a lib? eral dash of brandy ami shaking the! libel,, with ice. Samoans have a ferment d drink made from awa root, which, however, is not popular with whites who have i once experienced its effects. According j to report, ore glass is Sil lift lent to put; the average man Under the table, white ihre or four glasses have been known j to put seasoned drinkers in bed f >r a A favorite cocktail In Havana is made of one-quarter curse to, onc-quar-1 ter maraschino, one-half brandy, a few drops of lemon Juice and a dash of qulno bitters. The mixture is well stir? red with Ice and strained into thin glasses. Curacao and maraschino In equal quantities Is a favorite cordial. Ii Is served alone or with a dash of qulno bitters on the top. These bitters are much used in the w.st Indies in nil | drinks. They ate .a pleasant stimulant and excellent stomach tonic. Tin y nr? made from the bark of a tree resem? bling chlnchonn. Culrdilec Is made in some parts of the Sandwich islands. It is prepared from sugar cane. The cane is chopped into pie.es an Inch or ta> In length and placd in a trough exposed to the sun. Water is added from time to time ai fermentation progresses. When this has reached the proper stage the mass i.S distilled over a slow tile. To Impart new sensations to a hard? ened palate a moderate us.- of meq?o nao Is recommended, but long-contin? ued us.- of this tipple results in the ci mplefe shattering of the nervous sys? tem. The manufacture >?( mequonao is carried on principally in Honolulu. Native coffee is firs I roast-,l and crush? ed, then mixed with an equal part by weight of molasses and wai r. The mass is allowed to ferment and wine is then distilled. For "long" drinks residents of the l'hllipp'iies Ii i ?? C ? i m 0 '" dad I a ? i n ? o- bei ? rag >s which vie with one another for preference In the popular tOi ?. Both are new to Americans, al? though the ingredients are readily ob? tainable here. The foundation of one consists of cinnamon, cloves and nut? meg, with strips . f orange and lemon peel, the Juice of an orange and lemon, three ponies of brandy, one pony of rum and a like quantity of conlchuaro. These. Ingredients should be placed in an earthen bowl for two hours, after which ihe liquor may be drawn off, Ii ed anil served. The 01 her ??long" drink Is made by taking equal parts of ?|| ,p.e fruit's available, limes, lemons, oranges, nanas, pineapples, pears, peaches grapes, tigs, raisins and berries. Tie -, ate crushed together in an earthen mortar, water Is added and the whole 's boiled, for tw.-niy minutes, after be? ing allowed to cool and settle the Clear liquor Is drawn off. To ovotv quart of liquor add two pon-es of brandy, ope pony of curaeao. one pony of maras? chino and one-half pony of rum. Mix thoroughly, strain and bottle for fu I lure use. Serve with cracked Ice. William <;. Uolhrook may be ad? dressed relative to the Standard Oaug Manufacturing Company, formed at Syracuse, N. Y., with $25,000 capital slock. K. A. Davis, of West Tilbury. Mass., is Interested in the Austin Organ Com? pany, recently incorporated with $150, 000 capital slock. The McCrary lee Machine Company will htnriutae.tufr. this apparatus at Maywoml, n. j. Robert H. Richards is a illrccl ir of ihi company. ERAM?LET?il WARD. Next Sunday: will be "Missionary Day." at McKeridceo ana Trinity M. j:. Churches! The Brambleton W. C. T. U. will mecl at tiie home of tho president, No. 20? North Park avenue, at I o'clock this afternoon. There was one conversion at Trinity M. L\ Church Sunday night. The plank wail; leading front Race Held bridge, on .South Kelly avenue, needs repairing. ATLANTIC CITY ?ARD IMPROVEMENT BC-ARD PROVIDES FOR EXTENSIVE IMPROVE? MENTS. Tlie Local bend ei Improvement of Atlantic City Ward met in monthly s< s Blon last night and transacted consid? erable business. .Mr. Km-:.' request that a water main be run on River street, so that he can connect ids houses with it, was referred to the secretary, with Instructions that the Water Hoard be requested to grant tin- leintest. Missis. Anderson and'Johnston were appointed a conn nit tee to confer with the Street. Sewer und Drain Commis? sion* r and see what arrangement can be made for sweeping the streets of the ward. A communication from the Tidewater b e Company, complaining of the draw over Smith's Creek being left open for several hours, preventing tlie passage of vehicles and piisseiigers, was refer? red to Messrs. Johnston and Anderson for investigatloii. A communication from ihd Definite Contract Building had Loan Associa? tion, calling attention to th'? fact that no arrangements bad been made for the sewering of Twelfth street, was read. An application from tjcTOes Memorial M. 10. Church for a light on Camp iuve? nile In front of the church, was grant? ed. A petition from the Southern Hell Telephone Company >lo be allowed to erect four polejp on (be west side ?.f liotet..mi street, between Pembroke and Mary's nvenues, was referred to Messrs, Anderson and Riddle to inves? tigate. ?A mrnm'inb allen fr-ur. the Board of Health, (ailing attention to :i broken pipe on Colonial avenile, and asking that the same be repaired, was referred to tb" Wat' r Board. A let i er received from lb" secretary ef the Klnonro Committee of the Coun? cils, giving the ward's portion of the expenses for the treatment of pint)II pox at $1,225. was referred to Messrs. Johnston and Tnmlln, with instructions to provide for Its payment. Complaint from the residents In Ghent of a nUlsanco existing In a drain nt Hofotourt streei nnd Pembroke aver lino and asking that It be remedied, was referred to .Mr. Kiddie with Hi ? re qliest tli it he ninke an estimate of the eo-t of repairs and report at the next meet in;.-. A communication from Engineer Rldr ?le. calling attention to it;, fact that the soy ? rnge ?y m tin is ab itil ci mpl I 1 and connections being ? illy made.whlcli taxes the pump to its utmost capacity, and urging tin; an auxiliary pump an 1 engine of the same size, or larger. Or additional holler bo at once secured to retain the pressure, and that ;h t i ump house?he raised to conform to the pres? ent grade of tie- strei was adopted. The repaying of the rear steps of the white s'chooi-houao uiiil the providing of medals to be itwai led al the closing exercises was r ferred to the chairman of the Heard, with power lb a ?:. It w.i - ordered thai llumllt in avenue to Duke street. Twelfth sir "t from Omah?iidro to Lew ii; o avenue and Frceiand bo opened nnd Improved. The matter of fixing the ? hd of Gran ! by r tree I extended was referred to the Street Committee, with powr lo act. Mr. W. F. Thbrntoii was. oh motion, elected si iond assistant engine* r at the pump-house. The secretary Was instructed to draw lip the nee- .-vary ordinance for ilie is? sue of bonds by the ''ouru ils. to COVGI the cost of the Improvement of the streets nanu 1 above. A resolution was also passed request? ing a loan from the Councils of $5,000, to carry the ward through until the col? li et Ion of t axes is made. Mr. camp appeared before the Board .".Ml requested that it ask the Aims house Committee to allow the King's Daughters and the poor of tlie ward th ,m.i . ?? no .'?'io :? .'. .mo Iii - i ,, .'i?rr?? pensary on the same tei*ms allowed Rramblet' n Ward. Referred to tho see rotary to ask Ihe Almshouse Com-: mit tee to grant the request. The secretary was Instructed to ask the Councils In pass rifi ordinance changing the name of Spring street (which is the Northern cm! of Herman avenue) to Herman avenue. Ail properly approval bills wore al HUn'TERSVILLB. There was an unusually large attend? ance of young people Sunday afternoon at the song and prayer service con ducted by the Epworth League of the Methodist Church. Th - following di le gates were eli 'ted by the league to nt tend the conference to be held a( Suf? folk lo-d.'it : Misses Evelyn Savage. Emily Brittlnghnm llegge, Mrs. Cordle Savage and Mr. Silas 11. Seeicy Tie delegation will bo acconipanjed by tin pastor. Rev. Dan I I T. M rrltt. Protracted feervlccs continue in pro? gress at tite Grace Hhiulst Church Th.- many friends of Mrs. Ellen Shaw v. ere dells li ed i > pee her otit on i Ii street again Sunday, nf tor a seven illness. Next Sunday a: il a. m, the "Chii dren's Day" exercises will be rendered at the Methodist Church. Mrs. B. 11. Shepherd's mother, from slnltlid id. Va;, ;?? visiting hoi" on Washington avi nue. The commencement exerctjses of the public rchool Were held at the sehn I a i 10:30 a. ni. yesterday. Prayer wri offered by Rev. Daniel T. Merrill, of the lluntersville M. E. Church. Tin E??LE BRAftlD \) Condensed mmm. ft Take No Substitute: fcr thc "EAGLE BRAND" ?k thousands of Morher5' testify to its SUPEWOIUTY. A "INFANTHFALTH"seNT FREE, newyouk Cohoensid Muk Co n y. program consisted of bright recitations! anj? singing by the children under thei direction of their teachers. A large number of parents and friends of the; school were present to witness the en-1 tertulnment. GENIUS AND ROTUNDITY. Hugo, Dumas, Sue and Renas Were Enormously Fat. Theophlle Gautlcr rcmarki d that vic? tor Hugo, In his quality of the sover i Ign princo of French romantic poetry, should be <lf the ordinary opinion as :<? poets were correct) angular, with light or dark hair, and pink complexion, says tiie Humanitarian. The World and , an overcoat could hardly contain the glory of Victor Hugo's stomach, lie bursts tho button band every day and as for buttons in front they were snap 1 ped off continually. Victor Hugo's em? bonpoint was most richly deserved, for . his plate was a mixtum composition of i veal cutlets, lima beans and oil, 'roast be< f ami tomato sauce, omelets, milk ] and vinegar, mustard and cheese, which [ be swallowed rapidly and In Immense amounts while drinking coffee. Rossini had not been abb- to see ids f, et over Ills abdomen for six years ere his dcnth. He was a hippopotamus In trousers. Jules Janlu would break, down any eighteenth century sofa on which he might happen to alt. The Africanism of Alexander Dumas' passions did not prevent the author of "The Three Guardsmen" from being very plump He ate three beef steads where uny other fat man ate one. Salnle-Bous-c saw hid abdomen bulge out under his goatee. The most fertile of French ro? mancers. Balzac, looked more like a hogshead than a man. Three ordinary : persons stretching hands could not 1 reach around lf.s waist. Dr. Eugene Sue, j author of the "Mysteries of Paris," ' was greatly grieved when he could no longer see over his stomach. Theophile (lautier also merited a place among obese literary gods; Renan, Maupas j said. Flaubert and Sarcey were al30 '. to be there classed. The Lora In Shale Brick Company, of Lorain, Ohio, has purchased the plant of the Borain Brick Company, and will use It for Its plant. The enlargement being made to the ? works of the Chase Pump Company, of . Columbus, Ohio, will Increase ltd out j put about one-third. A BLESSING TO ANY HOME mm Mm, Bound h:\iifl and foot to household drudgery, i">> bing and nibbing clay in, day out. Women, why do you do it? Break away from the hard old-fashioned way of doing your cleaning with soat). hashing Powder g 1 01 (teatcit be happier, heailhtc ?ren Ihe emancipation of huntlrrc!? cf 'i . /. ? j ' *u,"c,y :Why not ynur?r ive money andImlur/an hour"* 'e *? ycu do JUq N. K. fairbank Company sr. louis $ Gold Fifled and Sliver Watches At Special Prices For Cash This Week. Solid G >ld Elgin Movement Gents' Stem Wind, $25, regular price everywhere. $40. Ladle,' Solid Gold Elgin or Waltham movement. $14.50, regular 525 watch. Open Face Gents' Filled Watch, warranted ten years, $7.50, worth 512.00. Ladies' Double Case Filled Watch, Ameri? can movements, $8.00, worth $15.00. Gents' large <lze Filled Watch, New Eng? land movement, warranted ten years, $8,00, regular Si 5.00 quality. Fine Sterling Silver Watch, Elgin move? ment, double case, $8.00; open lace, <;.oo; worth $12.00 and $15.06. Also .t Watch for $2.00, stem wind and set; the best watch ever made for the price. I hl i not a Ihick, heavy, clumsy thing, but a regular genteel watch. GHfiPMflN fi JAMAH, CC3HER MAIN AND BANK STS. The Story at a Glance! In value giving the Cannon Ball Clothing Co. is pre-eminent. Our phenomenal success has been hon? estly and fairly won, and we intend making it slill greater?if fair, square dealing and selling merchandise ol dependable quality at lowest prices will do it. Mere un.'.'.iialed money-saying opporttntfrfes greet you at e\ :ry turn A visit will convince you that there is no place like "The Cannon Ball Clothing Co." for true economy. Men's Suit... Fancy Hair Lined Cas? sini res, nicety mad.', worth $7.00. Wo have marked for quick gelling S3.2^ Men's Suits, all-wool and well tailor? ed A rarigo of a doxen stylos to so? led form. Worth Ill.CO. They are wonders at Men's Fancy All-Wool or Black Clay Wot ti ,1 Suits h'eh (trade tailoring. Worth fll.CO. Yours for the asking at ST.15 Boys' Fancy Wash Suits, in Blouse A styles, large sailor collars. ExcellentT of colors. Worth 91.00. Your$ 49C. ? Boys' Pulls, ages 4 to 16 years.< miful styles in Casslmeres, Worth? They will bo quick sellers at ? Sl.^i-3 ? 4 Boys' Suits, all-wool, In Cheeks and' Plaids. Perfect in every particular.^ Worth M.00. (Jur special price SL9S CAS^OftTBALL CLOTHING CO., J 2!9 MAIN ST., Opposite Academy or Music. ^ ^ sj. ^? ^ ^ ^ * * * ^ ^> 1ST BRQWNLEY & H?RNTH THE MON7ICELLO CORNER. Cut Prices?Tailor-Made Suits The superior (iiiisli and originality of style that adorn our Tailor-made Suit* is no new revelation to those wlio have visited tins department, staple materials an I colors, such as Camel's Hair. Cheviots, Serges, Herring Bone Cheviots Navy blue and black are found in the line, in fact there isn't . suit in the line th it cannot be worn any month in the year in good taste. No discrimination has been made, they are all cut. ro those who have been a , ting for a reduction in prices this is YOUR opportunity. We mean ex actly whal we say. If you question Ihe correctness bring this ad. with you. Mere are the prices, beginning MONDAY: ... ? ._? I TI Those at $10.00 go at $7.9S Those at ?12.00 coat $8.50. Those at $15.00 go at 510.OS. Those at $18.50 go at SIV50. Those at $50.00 go at $35.00 Those at $20 00 q;o at $14.00. Those at $25.00 go at $1S.00. Those at $35.00 go at S25.00. Those at $-10.00 go at $29.00.